Published on July 25th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/07/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 July

North American Aviation Newsletter 18 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport handles 2.8 million passengers in June, Cork Airport revises upwards passenger forecast

Gainjet Ireland receives UAS operational approval from IAA

Ryanair links Dublin to Asturias from 2 November 

Aircraft Update:

N302PF Airbus A330-343 c/n 1574 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Tel Aviv 19/07/22 ex OE-IFL.

OE-LKR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1466 GECAS Ferried Mönchengladbach-Geneva-Montpellier  21/06/22 ex XY-AMS.

TC-FHP Airbus A320-214 c/n 5906 Freebird Airlines Delivered Antalya-Istanbul 24/06/22 ex EI-GRZ.

VP-BDV Airbus A330-203 c/n 1508 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Lourdes-Perpignan 01/07/22 for Força Aérea Brasileira.

Global Aviation News:

As Air Travel Rebounds, Boeing Forecasts Demand for More than 41,000 New Aircraft by 2041
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A321XLR – The single-aisle Xtra Long Range route opener
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Delta adds state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient Boeing 737 MAX to fleet
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EHang Holdings: Winning The Race To Commercialization
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Hubei’s new airfreight hub marks a first for Asia
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Karnataka Scores Another 1st With ‘Comprehensive Civil Aviation Policy’
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Joby Applies for U.K. Aircraft Certification
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Lilium Partners with Bristow on Electric Air Mobility
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Nonstop China – Serbia flights resume after 22 years
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Own operations a priority, there may be opportunity to have partner in India: Sakari Romu, GM India for Finnair
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ST Engineering and EFW Redeliver World’s First A320P2F
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Upcoming aircraft orders and new entrants further underline India’s growth potential
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Vertical Aerospace and Babcock International partner to explore new variants for the VX4
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Virgin Atlantic To Fly eVTOL Air Taxi Trials in the UK
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap, World’s Largest 787 Customer, Adds Five Boeing 787 Dreamliners to Its Fleet
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Aer Lingus looking to minimise impact of Heathrow passenger cap
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AFG Aviation Ireland acquires one A330 from CMA CGA
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airBaltic Begins Redelivery of Its Q400 Fleet to NAC
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daa Statement re Draft Decision on Dublin Airport Passenger Charges
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Draft Decision on the Maximum Levels of Airport Charges at Dublin Airport, 2023-2026
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Emerald Airlines Signs Long-Term Global Maintenance Agreement with ATR
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Etihad Airways celebrates 15 years flying to Ireland
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Marie-Louise Kelly appointed Chair of Aircraft Leasing Ireland
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Ryanair Announces New Malta Maintenance Facility
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Tweet Picks:

@investindia #BuildingNewIndia The construction of Ayodhya airport will take place in three phases; wherein the first phase, a 2250 M runway for ATR-72 aircraft will be constructed.

@MoCA_GoI “Ensuring last mile air connectivity is government’s new priority” : HMCA Sh  @JM_Scindia.

@AAI_Official In a discussion at the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, HMCA @JM_Scindia  stated that with the recovery in domestic and international air traffic to pre-Covid levels, ramping up regional connectivity is the new focus area for the Government. (1/4).

@AAI_Official Plans are afoot in the direction to achieve the same. He also mentioned that Indian carriers have launched flights on more than 425 regional routes, connecting 68 airports under #UDAN, which is the highest in the history of civil aviation in India. (2/4).

@AAI_Official He added that a small aircraft scheme has also been rolled out to provide air connectivity to remote regions of the country. Assuring that new Flying Training Organisations will be established shortly to meet the growing demand for pilots, (3/4).

Video Picks:

Boeing CEO Stan Deal on Engine Shortage, Supply Chain, Travel

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